NCAA Tournament History

NCAA Tournament History

Springfield College - NCAA Tournament Results

Division I Tournaments (1) - Record 0-1

1940 - NCAA Tournament (Butler Field House, Indianapolis, Indiana) Indiana 48, Springfield 24

College Division/Division II Tournaments (11) - Record 6-16

1961 - NCAA Northeast Regional Championship (Fieldhouse, Springfield, Massachusetts)
March 10 - Bates 75, Springfield 63
March 11 - Rochester 82, Springfield 68

1963 March 8 - Springfield 66, Fairleigh-Dickinson 54
March 9 - Northeastern 47, Springfield 45

1964 - NCAA Northeast Regional Championship (Worcester, Massachusetts)
March 6 - Adelphi 75, Springfield 71
March 7 - Assumption 64, Springfield 60

1966 - NCAA Northeast Regional Championship (Fieldhouse, Springfield, Massachusetts)
March 2 - Northeastern 93, Springfield 80
March 3 - AIC 96, Springfield 94 (ot)

1968 - NCAA Northeast Regional Tournament (Worcester, Massachusetts)
March 5 - Bridgeport 86, Springfield 62
March 6 - Assumption 94, Springfield 75

1969 - NCAA New England Regional Tournament (Butova Gym, AIC, Springfield, Massachusetts)
March 7 - Springfield 91, Central Connecticut 80
March 8 - AIC 91, Springfield 68

1970 - NCAA New England Regional Tournament (Worcester, Massachusetts)
March 6 - Assumption 106, Springfield 84
March 7 - Springfield 109, Saint Anselm 103

Note: The first NCAA Division II Tournament was held in 1975. From 1957 to 1974, it was known as the NCAA College Division Tournament.

1980 - NCAA Division II New England Regional Tournament (Smithfield, Rhode Island)
Springfield 91, Bryant 78
New Hampshire College 89, Springfield 80

1981 - NCAA Division II New England Regional Tournament (Manchester, New Hampshire)
March 6 - New Hampshire College 76, Springfield 75
March 7 - Stonehill 79, Springfield 78

1982 - NCAA Division II New England Regional Tournament (North Easton, Massachusetts)
March 5 - Sacred Heart 66, Springfield 61
March 6 - Springfield 73, Stonehill 72

1986 - NCAA Division II New England Regional Tournament (Manchester, New Hampshire)
March 6 - Sacred Heart 76, Springfield 74 (2ot)
March 8 - Springfield 70, Saint Anselm 65

Division III Appearances (6) - Record 3-6

1996 - NCAA Division III Northeast Region Tournament - First Round (Brunswick, Maine)
February 29 - Bowdoin 62, Springfield 56

1997 - NCAA Division III Northeast Region Tournament - First Round (Salem, Massachusetts)
March 6 - Salem State 69, Springfield 61

1998 - NCAA Division III Northeast Region Tournament - Second Round (Blake Arena, Springfield, Massachusetts)
March 7 - Williams 82, Springfield 75

2000 - NCAA Division III Northeast Region Tournament
March 2 - Springfield 80, Eastern Connecticut 75 - First Round (Blake Arena, Springfield, Massachusetts)
March 4 - Springfield 75, Williams 74 - Second Round (Williamstown, Massachusetts)
March 10 - Salem State 70, Springfield 69 - NCAA Division III Sectional Tournament - "Sweet Sixteen" (Cortland, New York)

2005 - NCAA Division III Tournament
March 3 - Springfield 71, Norwich 56 - First Round (Blake Arena, Springfield, Massachusetts)
March 5 - Amherst 81, Springfield 68 - Second Round (Amherst, Massachusetts)



2013 - NCAA Division III Tournament
March 2 - Ithaca 89, Springfield 77 - First Round (Blake Arena, Springfield, Massachusetts)
Total NCAA Tournaments (18) - Record 9-24

DID YOU KNOW? After a successful 1935-36 season, Springfield College was selected to participate in the New England Section Tournament, which was a qualifying game for the Olympics Trials. Springfield College defeated Providence College (33-24) at Harvard University in Cambridge. Springfield College, however, lost to St. Francis College of New York (36-44) in the preliminary Olympics Trials at Madison Square Garden. Springfield College finished the season with a 17-4 record under coach Edward Hickox.

Published: 08/15/2008

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